Margo is excited that school has finally let out for summer vacation. She is anxious to visit her best friend, Trisha. They haven't seen each other since Trisha and her mom moved away to Florida. It's finally time for best friends to enjoy a fun-filled summer together. But what is this? When she arrives, she finds Trisha has other friends, too. Will they all get along? Will they have fun? Whatever will they do? Penny Candy, The Hopscotch Trails takes you on a journey through the eyes of Margo, a little girl, on summer vacation.
|Publisher:||Lorna Jackie Wilson|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||5 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Lorna Jackie Wilson was born on April 11, 1964, in Detroit, Michigan to Carrie Jean Wilson. Lorna has lived in Michigan most of her life, outside of U.S. Army military enlistment. At the age of four, Lorna was placed in foster care. At the age of 10, she was reunited with her mother and siblings, only to be separated and returned to foster care at the age of 13. Lorna's journey and related circumstances surrounding foster care placement presented situational experiences that no one should ever have to face. Feeling lost and abandoned, Lorna began to write. Initially, the harsh realities of life spilled into her journals. However, the journals became a testimony to others, illustrating the life of an overcomer. In Lorna's last and final foster care home, she was placed with Acie Lee Spraddling. Acie Lee Spraddling was the catalyst toward positive change. She was a true advocate for youth, adopting 11 children and taking in 17 foster care children. As a parent, Acie led by example and truly cared for children. She introduced Lorna to Christ and took her to church at nearly every opportunity. Needless to say, Lorna's journals began to embody faith and hope. Acie made her heavenly transition on July 21, 2015. Her legacy lives on through her children. Lorna's journey continues as she gives back by speaking to youth about foster care experiences and overcoming obstacles. She has four beautiful children that support her writing and encourage its continuance. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and master's degrees in business education and information technology. In 2013, Lorna entered a national singing competition/fundraiser, sponsored by William Beaumont Hospital. The fundraiser was launched to support Children's Miracle Network. Lorna was one of the twelve finalists in the competition. In 2015, she started her own business, "Black Butterfly Books LLC." Lorna Jackie Wilson is the author of Babygirl: Prequel to the Search for Catherine (Book 1), The Search for Catherine (Book 2), and Black Butterfly: The Journey, The Victory (Book 3). In addition to this series, she is the author of Game Changers: Power - Control - Deception, and Penny Candy: The Hopscotch Trails.